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Where is netca.rsp in the 10g Linux x86 download?

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Greetings,

Was preparing to do a silent Oracle 10G client install and in preparing for an administrative install I noticed in the sample response file clientadmin.rsp that toward the end it was looking for the location of the NetCA response file. When I checked in the client/response subdirectory, I don't see it... can anyone tell me where I can get a copy of netca.rsp for 10G? (assuming it's version specific).

Btw, I got my 10g Linux x86 download at the following location:

http://www.oracle.com/technology/software/products/database/index.html

TIA,

David
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###############################################################
## Copyright(c) Oracle Corporation 2002. All rights reserved.##
## ##
## Specify values for the variables listed below to customize##
## your installation. ##
## ##
## Each variable is associated with a comment. The comment ##
## identifies the variable type. ##
## ##
## Please specify the values in the following format: ##
## ##
## Type Example ##
## String "Sample Value" ##
## Boolean True or False ##
## Number 1000 ##
## StringList {"String value 1","String Value 2"} ##
## ##
###############################################################
## ##
## This sample response file causes the Oracle Net ##
## Configuration Assistant (NetCA) to complete an Oracle Net ##
## configuration during a custom install of the Oracle10i ##
## server which is similar to what would be created by the ##
## NetCA during typical Oracle10i install. It also documents ##
## all of the NetCA response files variables so you can ##
## create your own response file to configure Oracle Net ##
## during an install the way you wish. ##
## ##
###############################################################

GENERAL
RESPONSEFILE_VERSION="10.0"
CREATE_TYPE= "CUSTOM"

#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Name : SHOW_GUI
# Datatype : Boolean
# Description: This variable controls appearance/suppression of the NetCA GUI,
# Pre-req : N/A
# Default : TRUE
# Note:
# This must be set to false in order to run NetCA in silent mode.
# This is a substitue of "/silent" flag in the NetCA command line.
# The command line flag has precendence over the one in this response file.
# This feature is present since 10.1.0.3.
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#SHOW_GUI=false

#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Name : LOG_FILE
# Datatype : String
# Description: If present, NetCA will log output to this file in addition to the
# standard out.
# Pre-req : N/A
# Default : NONE
# Note:
# This is a substitue of "/log" in the NetCA command line.
# The command line argument has precendence over the one in this reponse file.
# This feature is present since 10.1.0.3.
#-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LOG_FILE=""d:\ORACLE\ORACLE10G\network\admin\netca.log""

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#INSTALLED_COMPONENTS;StringList;list of installed components
# The possible values for installed components are:
# "net8","server","client","aso", "cman", "javavm"
INSTALLED_COMPONENTS={"server","net8","javavm"}

#INSTALL_TYPE;String;type of install
# The possible values for install type are:
# "typical","minimal" or "custom"
INSTALL_TYPE=""custom""

#LISTENER_NUMBER;Number;Number of Listeners
# A typical install sets one listener
LISTENER_NUMBER=1

#LISTENER_NAMES;StringList;list of listener names
# The values for listener are:
# "LISTENER","LISTENER1","LISTENER2","LISTENER3", ...
# A typical install sets only "LISTENER"
LISTENER_NAMES={"LISTENER"}

#LISTENER_PROTOCOLS;StringList;list of listener addresses (protocols and parameters separated by semicolons)
# The possible values for listener protocols are:
# "TCP;1521","TCPS;2484","NMP;ORAPIPE","IPC;IPCKEY","VI;1521"
# A typical install sets only "TCP;1521"
LISTENER_PROTOCOLS={"TCP;1521"}

#LISTENER_START;String;name of the listener to start, in double quotes
LISTENER_START=""LISTENER""

#NAMING_METHODS;StringList;list of naming methods
# The possible values for naming methods are:
# LDAP, TNSNAMES, ONAMES, HOSTNAME, NOVELL, NIS, DCE
# A typical install sets only: "TNSNAMES","ONAMES","HOSTNAMES"
# or "LDAP","TNSNAMES","ONAMES","HOSTNAMES" for LDAP
NAMING_METHODS={"TNSNAMES","ONAMES","HOSTNAME"}

#NOVELL_NAMECONTEXT;String;Novell Directory Service name context, in double quotes
# A typical install does not use this variable.
#NOVELL_NAMECONTEXT = ""NAMCONTEXT""

#SUN_METAMAP;String; SUN meta map, in double quotes
# A typical install does not use this variable.
#SUN_METAMAP = ""MAP""

#DCE_CELLNAME;String;DCE cell name, in double quotes
# A typical install does not use this variable.
#DCE_CELLNAME = ""CELL""

#NSN_NUMBER;Number;Number of NetService Names
# A typical install sets one net service name
NSN_NUMBER=2

#NSN_NAMES;StringList;list of Net Service names
# A typical install sets net service name to "EXTPROC_CONNECTION_DATA"
NSN_NAMES={"EXTPROC_CONNECTION_DATA","OVATION"}

#NSN_SERVICE;StringList;Oracle10i database's service name
# A typical install sets Oracle10i database's service name to "PLSExtProc"
NSN_SERVICE = {"PLSExtProc","OVATION"}

#NSN_PROTOCOLS;StringList;list of coma separated strings of Net Service Name protocol parameters
# The possible values for net service name protocol parameters are:
# "TCP;HOSTNAME;1521","TCPS;HOSTNAME;2484","NMP;COMPUTERNAME;ORAPIPE","VI;HOSTNAME;1521","IPC;IPCKEY"
# A typical install sets parameters to "IPC;EXTPROC"
NSN_PROTOCOLS={"IPC;EXTPROC","TCP;Hostname;1521"}

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Thanks!
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Thank you!
Good Luck!
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